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Right move for FAS to spice up S League

Forget the overseas teams but go for quality foreign players, and base teams on a constituency format

Home United's South Korean midfielder Song Ui Yong (left) in action during the S.League match against Geylang International at Jalan Besar Stadium in April. The S.League is the life of Singapore football and it desperately needs an injection of vigour and vibrance.


THE pulse of football fever in any country is measured best by its domestic league.

The English Premier League, Spain's La Liga, the Bundesliga in Germany, and the Brazilian League all have a rich history, long tradition and, most importantly, a keen rivalry that results...